Determine the electric field strength, Physics

A charge of 1.5µC is carried on two parallel rectangular plates each measuring 60mm by 80mm.

Measure the electric flux density.

If the plates are spaced 10mm apart and the voltage among them is 0.5 kV

Verify the electric field strength.

 

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